kalerkantho

বুধবার। ১৯ জুন ২০১৯। ৫ আষাঢ় ১৪২৬। ১৫ শাওয়াল ১৪৪০

এইচএসসি প্রস্তুতি

ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয় পত্র

মো. আসাদুজ্জামান, সিনিয়র সহকারী শিক্ষক, ন্যাশনাল আইডিয়াল স্কুল অ্যান্ড কলেজ, খিলগাঁও, ঢাকা

১৭ মার্চ, ২০১৯ ০০:০০ | পড়া যাবে ৯ মিনিটে



ইংরেজি দ্বিতীয় পত্র

Grammar

1.         Complete the sentences using suitable clauses/ phrases.          .5×10=5

            (a) Industry is the key to success. If you work hard, _ .

            (b) Corruption is the main hindrance to development. It is high time _ .

            (c) When I was a child _ .

            (d) I have a dream to fly in the sky. Had I _ .

            (e) Work hard lest _ .

            (f) Exercise is very important for health. If you take regular exercise, _ .

            (g) A proverb goes that _ . So, we must try to lead an honest life.

            (h) Time is very important in our life. You cannot prosper in life unless _ .

            (i) Trees are very important for our survival. They supply oxygen without which _ .

            (j) A person is known by _ . So, we have to be careful about the people we mix with.

2.         Read the text and fill in the gaps with the correct form of verbs as per subject and context.   .5×10=5

            We cannot change our society overnight. It is true that there are many problems but things are now (a) _ (change). We notice a great change in our economy. It (b) _ (get) better day by day. But it is to be (c) _ (note) here that corruption (d) _ (be) that main obstacle of progress. Despite this, the government (e) _ (try) hard (f) _ (run) the wheels of development. The first visual development (g) _ (notice) in the agriculture sector. Education system is also in a change but still there are problems. The courses (h) _ (select) for different classes need to be made adjustable to the students. Sometimes courses create pressure on the students. It is very hopeful that Bangladesh (i) _ (advance) much in infrastructural development. The long awaited Padma Bridge (j) _ (start) its functioning at last.

3.         Read the text and change the sentences as directed.    1×5=5

            (a) Cox’s Bazar sea-beach is the longest sea-beach in the world (Complex). (b) It is one of the most beautiful sea-beaches in the world (Positive). (c) It is called pleasure seekers’ paradise (Active). (d) The visitors go there for enjoying natural beauties (Compound). (e) Those who become tired may go to relax there (Simple).

4.         Change the narrative style by using indirect speeches. 5

            “I have won a lottery and got a prize of forty lakh taka,” said Samir. “Congratulations!” I said. “What do you intend to do with this large amount of money?” “I want to serve my poor village people. So I have made up my mind to establish a hospital in our rural area,” Samir replied. “Thank you,” said I. “I shall also help you in this respect.”

5.         Identify the unclear pronoun references in the following text. Where necessary rewrite the sentences so that all pronoun references are clear.  5

            On a summer day, becoming very thirsty, a lion and a boar came at the same moment to a small well to drink. Those fiercely quarreled which of them should drink first, and were soon engaged in a mortal fighting. On his stopping on a sudden to take breath for renewal of the fighting, it saw some vultures waiting in the distance to feast on the one which should fall first. They at once stopped the quarrel, saying. “That is better for us to make friends than to become the food of crows or vultures, as will certainly happen if ourselves are disable.”

6.         Read the following text and use modifiers in the blank spaces as directed.     .5×10=5

            Students are the (a) _ (pre-modify the noun) leader of a country. The development of a country depends (b) _ (post-modify the verb) on how the students prepare themselves to face (c) _ (use a noun adjective to pre-modify a noun) challenges. But unfortunately, many students are not serious (d) _ (use a prepositional phrase to post-modify the adjective). They spoil their (e) _ (pre-modify the noun) time. Some of them do not go to school (f) _ (use noun phrase functioning as adverb). Again, some remain inattentive (g) _ (use a prepositional phrase functioning as adverb of place). But they have to be attentive and struggle hard (h) _ (use an infinitive) in life. They should remember that success is equal to (i) _ (use an adjective) work plus determination. So, all students should work hard (j) _ (use an infinitive) in life.

Answer Sheet

1.         (a) Industry is the key to success. If you work hard, you can achieve success in life.

            (b) Corruption is the main hindrance to development. It is high time we stopped corruption.

            (c) When I was a child I was helpless.

            (d) I have a dream to fly in the sky. Had I the wings of a bird, I would fly in the sky.

            (e) Work hard lest you should fail in the examination.

            (f) Exercise is very important for health. If you take regular exercise, you will be healthy and strong.

            (g) A proverb goes that honesty is the best policy. So, we must try to lead an honest life.

            (h) Time is very important in our life. You cannot prosper in life unless you utilize time properly.

            (i) Trees are very important for our survival. They supply oxygen without which we cannot live for a single moment.

            (j) A person is known by the company he keeps. So, we have to be careful about the people we mix with.

2.         (a) changing; (b) is getting; (c) noted; (d) is; (e) is trying; (f) to run; (g) is noticed; (h) selected; (i) has advanced; (j) has started.

3.         (a) It is Cox’s Bazar which is the longest sea-beach in the world/ Cox’s Bazar which is a sea-beach, is the longest one in the world/ It is the sea-beach of Cox’s Bazar which is the longest sea-beach in the world.

            (b) Very few sea-beaches in the world are as beautiful as it.

            (c) We/People/Men call it a pleasure seekers’ paradise.

            (d) The visitors go there and enjoy natural beauties.

            (e) People becoming tired may go to relax there/ Tired people may go to relax there.

4.         Samir told me that he had won a lottery and had got forty lakh taka. I congratulated him and asked him what he intended to do with that large amount of money. Samir replied that he wanted to serve his poor village people and so he had made up his mind to establish a hospital in their rural area. I thanked him and said that I would also help him in that respect.

5.         On a summer day, becoming very thirsty, a lion and a boar came at the same moment to a small well to drink. They fiercely quarreled which of them should drink first, and were soon engaged in a mortal fighting. On their stopping on a sudden to take breath for renewal of the fighting, they saw some vultures waiting in the distance to feast on the one which should fall first. They at once stopped the quarrel, saying. “It is better for us to make friends than to become the food of crows or vultures, as will certainly happen if we are disable.”

6.         (a) future; (b) largely/entirely; (c) future; (d) in this respect; (e) valuable; (f) because of poverty; (g) to their study; (h) to be successful / to shine; (i) hard; (j) to succeed.

মন্তব্য



সাতদিনের সেরা